For the 2022-2023 Academic Year, the tiers for on-campus housing will be as follows. (Please note that many buildings are part of multiple housing tiers, and that all rates are for the academic year.) Housing charges are placed in two separate charges - a housing commitment fee of $750 and the balance of the housing cost. Costs below reflect the full academic year including the commitment fee charge.

Undergraduate Housing Rates (Estimated)

Traditional Triple/Quad $9,142
  • 1023, 1025, 1047 Beacon Street
  • Lewis Hall
  • West Hall
  • Bush Hall
  • Hill Hall
  • Hodgdon Hall
  • Metcalf Hall
  • Richardson House
  • Wilson House
  • Carmichael Hall
  • Carpenter House
Traditional Double $9,142
  • 1023, 1025, 1047 Beacon Street
  • Bush Hall
  • Carmichael Hall
  • Carpenter House
  • Harleston Hall
  • Haskell Hall
  • Hill Hall
  • Hodgdon Hall
  • Houston Hall
  • Lewis Hall
  • Metcalf Hall
  • Miller Hall
  • Richardson House
  • Stratton Hall
  • Tilton Hall
  • West Hall
  • Wilson House
  • Wren Hall
Traditional Single (Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors) $10,200
  • Haskell Hall
  • Lewis Hall
  • Wren Hall
  • Harleston Hall
First-Year Single $9,142
  • 1023, 1025, 1047 Beacon Street
  • Bush Hall
  • Carmichael Hall
  • Carpenter House
  • Harleston Hall
  • Hill Hall
  • Hodgdon Hall
  • Metcalf Hall
  • Richardson House
  • Tilton Hall
  • Wilson House
Wood Frame/Greek Double/Triple (no kitchen) $9,142
  • Arts Haus
  • Capen House
  • Chandler House
  • Davies House
  • Japanese House
  • Jewish Culture House
  • Milne House
  • Rainbow House
  • Schmalz House
  • Muslim Culture House
  • Chinese Culture House
Wood Frame/Greek Single (no kitchen) $10,200
  • Arts Haus
  • Capen House
  • Chandler House
  • Davies House
  • Japanese House
  • Jewish Culture House
  • Milne House
  • Rainbow House
  • Schmalz House
  • Muslim Culture House
  • Chinese Culture House
Wood Frame/Greek Double/Triple (kitchen) $9,812
  • 32 Dearborn
  • 25 Whitfield
  • Alpha Phi
  • Anthony House
  • Chi Omega
  • Kappa Alpha Theta
  • Pi Rho Omega
  • Russian House
  • Theta Chi
Wood Frame/Greek Single (kitchen) $10,868
  • 32 Dearborn
  • 25 Whitfield
  • Alpha Phi
  • Anthony House
  • Chi Omega
  • Kappa Alpha Theta
  • Pi Rho Omega
  • Russian House
  • German House
  • Theta Chi
  • ZBT
Standard Apartment Double/Triple (no kitchen) $9,325
  • Hillside Apartments
  • Latin Way
  • *8- and 10-Person Apartments
Standard Apartment Single (no kitchen) $10,432
  • Hillside Apartments
  • Latin Way
  • *8- and 10-Person Apartments
Standard Apartment Double (kitchen) $10,018
  • Hillside Apartments
  • Latin Way
  • *4- and 6-Person Apartments
Standard Apartment Single (kitchen) $11,100
  • 9-11 Sunset
  • 10 Winthrop St.
  • Hillside Apartments
  • Latin Way
  • *3-6-Person Apartments
Premium Apartment Single (kitchen) $11,364
  • Sophia Gordon
CoHo Apartment Single (kitchen) $11,364
  • CoHo Wood Frame Houses

Graduate Housing Rates

Available spaces in McCollester House, Tousey House, 122 Powder House Blvd, 126 Powder House Blvd, 159 College Ave, and 11 Teele Ave.

The below academic year rates include a $3,000 commitment fee per semester. Cancellation of campus housing after it has been assigned will result in forfeiture of the $3,000 commitment fee.

Small $10,234
Standard $10,892
Premium $12,690

For questions related to the new housing tiers or other aspects of residential life at Tufts, please email residentiallife@tufts.edu.

FAQs

  • In response to student and community feedback, the University is continuing to expand housing options to give more students the opportunity to live on campus. The prices of housing options in the new tiered structure, which include utilities and amenities such as water, electricity, and cable, as well as other support generally unavailable in off-campus options, are competitive with the off-campus housing market. Also, on-campus housing agreements are for the academic year while off-campus leases are predominantly for 12 months.

  • As part of Tufts’ continued commitment to meeting the full demonstrated financial need of all admitted and returning students, the cost of each housing tier will be factored in when determining students’ financial aid awards. Awards will be adjusted as necessary to meet the full demonstrated financial need of each admitted and returning student.

    For more information about how the tiered housing system impacts financial aid, visit the Financial Aid website.

    Please note that the cost of housing is only one small factor in determining financial aid awards each year. Changes in family income and assets, family size, and number in college are also key factors. Aid awards vary from year to year based on all of these factors.

  • Tufts has committed to supporting all students’ access to each tier of on-campus housing. Financial aid awards will be adjusted to support the full demonstrated financial need of each admitted and returning student, regardless of the type of housing they select. This means that all students who receive financial aid will be able to participate in the housing selection process knowing that their aid will match their need, regardless of the price of their preferred on-campus accommodation. While Tufts looked to peer institutions while developing the new pricing system, the University’s commitment to adjusting financial aid in this way sets us apart and is specifically designed to maintain our commitment to meaningful inclusion and access to Tufts experiences for students of all financial circumstances.